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    Francesca Johnson in The Bridges of Madison County

    Oscar Nominated 1st in 1995 for Meryl Streep

    Tony Nominated in 2014 for Kelli O’Hara

    Wondering what other Oscar nominated roles got nominated afterwards in other platforms like Tony Awards for Stage and Emmy Awards for TV.

    There could be a lot more the other way around specifically Tony nominated-winning roles that later on got Oscar nominated.  Top-of-mind would be roles in Doubt and August: Osage County.  

     

     

     

     

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    Who is your favorite actress after Streep?

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    Madame Hortense
    from Zorba the Greek (film and musical)
    Lila Kedrova won both Oscar and Tony for it 

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    Who is your favorite actress after Streep?

    A local actress from my country of origin.  I presume non-Americans would have a Hollywood & Local favorites.

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    Cicely Tyson won a Tony last year (and maybe an Emmy) for The Trip to Bountiful  

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    Cicely Tyson won a Tony last year (and maybe an Emmy) for The Trip to Bountiful  

    This is a good one. 1st with Geraldine Page for the Oscars.  If Tyson wins the Emmy, can we call it a “Triple Crown Role” as in a horse derby?

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    Boomer had a thread about this like a week ago. If i remember the two roles that people came up with as winning OET are Annie Sullivan in the Miracle Worker, and Truman Capote

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    The oscars were third in line for the role of Annie Sullivan, all from the same source material by William Gibson’s THE MIRACLE WORKER.

    1st Teresa Wright emmy nomination in 1958
    2nd Anne Bancroft tony win in 1960
    3rd Anne Bancroft oscar win in 1962

    Boomer had a thread about this like a week ago. If i remember the two roles that people came up with as winning OET are Annie Sullivan in the Miracle Worker, and Truman Capote

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    Both Barbara Barrie (Breaking Away) & Eileen Brennan (Private Benjamin) were oscar nominated then emmy nominated for playing the same roles in TV series versions under the same titles.  Brennan was nominated 3 times and won her first go round at the emmys.

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    The oscars were third in line for the role of Annie Sullivan, all from the same source material by William Gibson’s THE MIRACLE WORKER.

    1st Teresa Wright emmy nomination in 1958
    2nd Anne Bancroft tony win in 1960
    3rd Anne Bancroft oscar win in 1962

    [quote=”nkb325″]Boomer had a thread about this like a week ago. If i remember the two roles that people came up with as winning OET are Annie Sullivan in the Miracle Worker, and Truman Capote

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    Patty Duke (who won for playing Helen Keller in the original movie) actually ended up winning an emmy for the TV version like 15 years later! 

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    [quote=”Pacawn”]The oscars were third in line for the role of Annie Sullivan, all from the same source material by William Gibson’s THE MIRACLE WORKER.

    1st Teresa Wright emmy nomination in 1958
    2nd Anne Bancroft tony win in 1960
    3rd Anne Bancroft oscar win in 1962

    [quote=”nkb325″]Boomer had a thread about this like a week ago. If i remember the two roles that people came up with as winning OET are Annie Sullivan in the Miracle Worker, and Truman Capote

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    Patty Duke (who won for playing Helen Keller in the original movie) actually ended up winning an emmy for the TV version like 15 years later! [/quote]

    Yep, after already having been emmy nominated in the 1950’s.  The role of Helen on the other hand had not been nominated for an emmy or tony in the first 2 versions so that role between Duke & Melissa Gilbert’s emmy nominated performance in 1979-80 is a 1st oscar nominated role. 

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    A local actress from my country of origin.  I presume non-Americans would have a Hollywood & Local favorites.

    Your favorite actress after Streep is a local nameless actress from your country of origin? Does she have a name? What’s your country of origin?

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    Characters whose actors were Oscar nominated then Emmy
    nominated




    Major Margaret Houlihan from M*A*S*H*


    Professor Kingfield from The
    Paper Chase


    Alice Hyatt and Flo from Alice
    Doesn’t Live Here Anymore / Alice




     

    Characters whose actors were Oscar nominated then Tony
    nominated




    CC Baxter, Fran Kubelik, and Dr. Dreyfuss from The Apartment / Promises, Promises


    Tess Harding from Woman
    of the Year


    Jerry/Daphne in Some
    Like it Hot / Sugar


    Mary Poppins from Mary
    Poppins


    Leo Bloom from The
    Producers


    Rocky Balboa from Rocky


    Elliot Garfield and Paula McFadden from The Goodbye Girl


    Victoria Grant from Victor/Victoria


    Celie, Sofia, and Shug Avery from The Color Purple


    Oda Mae Brown from Ghost


    Mrs. Wilkinson from Billy
    Elliot


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    [quote=”etchie88″]A local actress from my country of origin.  I presume non-Americans would have a Hollywood & Local favorites.

    Your favorite actress after Streep is a local nameless actress from your country of origin? Does she have a name? What’s your country of origin?[/quote]

    She is nameless for the time being but she is the most popular and may in the future hold the highest position in that country.  In fact, like Meryl, she is the most decorated-lauded, most enduring, most respected & loved and probably the Greatest Actress of my country of origin.  Fans of her rivals will surely protests as with Meryl Streep.  Sometimes, she’s referred as the “Meryl Streep of ________.”  Her last film was shown last year in one of the Top Film Festivals in the world. 

    As there are a lot of posters & guests from my country of origin on this site, I invite anyone to guess who this favorite actress of mine after Meryl Streep.

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    Characters whose actors were Oscar nominated then Emmy
    nominated




    Major Margaret Houlihan from M*A*S*H*


    Professor Kingfield from The
    Paper Chase


    Alice Hyatt and Flo from Alice
    Doesn’t Live Here Anymore / Alice




     

    Characters whose actors were Oscar nominated then Tony
    nominated




    CC Baxter, Fran Kubelik, and Dr. Dreyfuss from The Apartment / Promises, Promises


    Tess Harding from Woman
    of the Year


    Jerry/Daphne in Some
    Like it Hot / Sugar


    Mary Poppins from Mary
    Poppins


    Leo Bloom from The
    Producers


    Rocky Balboa from Rocky


    Elliot Garfield and Paula McFadden from The Goodbye Girl


    Victoria Grant from Victor/Victoria


    Celie, Sofia, and Shug Avery from The Color Purple


    Oda Mae Brown from Ghost


    Mrs. Wilkinson from Billy
    Elliot


    Thanks for the exhaustive list. 

    If we are to anoint a “Triple Crown Role” winner or the “Most Decorated/Lauded Role/Character Ever”, should it be Mrs. Watts on The Trip to Bountiful?

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